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Scott Steele grew up with rock and surf music in the 1960s and fusion and progressive rock in the 1970s. He studied at Mt. Hood Community College in Gresham, Oregon with Max Rees, a student of Larry Coryell. Scott has played fusion with Catch 23, free music with The Gone Orchestra and Tres Gone, rockabilly with The Dukes of Juke, and country music with Boogie Country. Scott played guitar on Bushwacked, a project of the Bi-Coastal Orchestra that was led by Mark Whitecage, Mike Mahaffay and Rozanne Levine. He lives in Portland with his wife and his two cats. His children, Matthew and Shannon, are both active in the Portland music scene.

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Rozanne Levine & Chakra Tuning at CSV Cultural Center, NYC

Rozanne Levine & Chakra Tuning at CSV Cultural Center, NYC

ROZANNE LEVINE & CHAKRA TUNING AT CSV CULTURAL CENTER, LOWER MANHATTAN ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 12 PROGRAM: Evolving Music Mondays presents Creative Sounds of Dissension featuring ROZANNE LEVINE & CHAKRA TUNING: Rozanne Levine: clarinets/bamboo flute; Perry Robinson: clarinets; Mark Whitecage: clarinet/saxophones; Rosi Hertlein: violin/voice. VENUE: CSV Cultural Center: LES Galleryקst floor; 107 Suffolk Street (between Rivington & ...


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